2023 ACF Nationals
|Champion||Georgia Tech A|
|High scorer||Matt Jackson|
|Undergrad High scorer||Hari Parameswaran|
It was head-edited by Taylor Harvey, with Caroline Mao, Will Nediger, William Golden, Grant Peet, Michael Kearney, Hasna Karim, Adam Silverman, Jonathen Settle, Vivian Malouf, Sameer Apte, and Ganon Evans subject-editing.
After winning a play-in game against Cornell, Georgia Tech A, led by Matt Bollinger, won two games in a disadvantaged final against Chicago A to take the title. In doing so, they became the most recent back-to-back ACF champion, ending an eleven-year period in which no team successfully defended its ACF title (which Yale did in 2012).
- Due to unanticipated "travel hell" , Bollinger was unable to arrive at the tournament until Georgia Tech A had already played five rounds of prelims. The team went 6-1 in the prelims, taking a loss to Duke (which ultimately carried over into playoff standings) while Bollinger was absent.
- Chicago A and Chicago B both went undefeated in their respective prelim brackets. This is the first time a single school has fielded two teams that went undefeated in the prelims at a collegiate national championship in the US.
- Cornell secured its first Top-4 finish at ACF Nationals, after it went 5-2 in the prelims and won a tiebreaker against North Carolina (also 5-2) to advance. It got to do this because North Carolina took a loss to Iowa State, then tied Chicago B in the regular game and lost on the tiebreaker tossup. If Chicago B had lost that game, they and UNC would have gone 6-1, which would have pushed Cornell into the second playoff bracket (and a maximum potential finish of 13th place).
- This was the first ACF Nationals in eighteen years at which the eventual champion won from the disadvantaged position in an advantaged final series (Michigan did so in 2005, though it did not have to also win a play-in game to make it to the finals).
- This was the fourth national championship to have a finals in which Matts Bollinger and Jackson played against each other (the previous three were 2012 ACF Nationals, 2013 ICT, and 2014 ICT).